No i havent a solution yet. am waiting to hear from Philips support & Customer Care by email or phone. I cannot afford to pay you people just to ask a question that i probably could not understand the answer anyway. I know my tv just stopped working and I think it was the manufacturers problem. Like i said it was not an old tv.
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If the last problem happened at first, I would blame the power supply since this is a very common point of failure.
You have had so many different problems preceding it dying completely, it sounds you should plan on replacing the main board and the power supply.
The failures you first had all point to the main board where most of the signal activity processes happen but the fact that it will not even light off now point to what I would call a 'lemon.'
If the set is more than 2-3 years old, it may have still been built by Philips but all the newer sets under that name are now built by Funai, the worst Asian manufacturer of all.
Have the Digital board and logic board replaced. the most common problem will be the logic board assembly. Altho the Digital board can also cause this problem. Try taking off the back and making sure the LVDS Cable is connected tightly to the logic board assembly and the panel, (Scrn), The LVDS Cable will look like a small wire harness with two metal clips on each end make sure it is secure, try disconnecting it and reconnecting it again.
I had the same problem with an Insignia 42" 1080p. Turn off the tv power and disconnect all cables (i started with power cable, then HD cables then HDMI). Wait 30 seconds with nothing plugged in, then I plugged everything back in (in reverse order) and it works fine.